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Newcastle United has reached an agreement to sign Tino Livramento from Southampton for a fee of up to £35 million.
This transfer will not only benefit Newcastle but also Livramento’s former club, Chelsea, who are entitled to 50% of the profit from any future sale.
Chelsea initially sold Livramento to Southampton for £4 million in 2021, which means they could receive at least £13 million and up to £15.5 million from the deal with Newcastle.
The transfer fee consists of an initial payment of £30 million, with an additional £5 million in potential add-ons based on certain targets being met.
Despite already having Kieran Trippier as their captain and one of the best right-backs in the Premier League, Newcastle manager Eddie Howe sees Livramento as a promising long-term successor to Trippier.
Livramento, who is still recovering from a knee injury, left Chelsea in search of regular playing time and to further his career.
Southampton initially rejected Newcastle’s offer but negotiations resumed after an improved bid.
Southampton is also facing pressure to sell other players, including James Ward-Prowse and Romeo Lavia, before the transfer window closes.
This article was updated 2 months ago